A few days before the grand finale of Loki, fans have noticed a funny similarity between episode 5 of Loki and a scene from the finale of WandaVision, which makes us completely review the said scene.
Loki: journey into nothingness
Loki’s latest episode introduced fans of the series to a new location: The Void. A place at the end of time where all the things that VAT got rid of go. She is the character of the judge Ravonna Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) which explains it to the variant Loki Sylvie. Their weapons that seemed terrifying until now cannot actually erase matter from the timeline. EAll she does is move her to The Void, the end of time.
And it is in this place, where all the other Loki Variants meet (to tear each other apart) that Tom Hiddleston happens when disintegrated. On site, he finds Alioth. We have also devoted an article to this character. But its peculiar form, and mainly its colors have particularly caught the eye of some fans of another Disney + series: WandaVision.
Indeed, some fans have noticed that what happens in the last episode of WandaVision could have an impact in the Void. Remember, when Wanda destroys Westview, she must also separate from her two sons, Billy and Tommy. The latter were born out of chaos and therefore irreparably became variants.. When Wanda ended her dream world, they were likewise disintegrated.
If the same scientific rules are applied to both series, Wanda would not therefore have been able to erase this material that she created. Which means the two boys are still alive! Or at least thatthey may have been sent to The Void. The clues that suggest that are a little thin, but interesting: the particle effects of the deletions have similar colors and similar visuals. Which would mean, and it wouldn’t be surprising, thatOrder and Chaos are much more related than what we imagine. In the post-credits scene of the final episode of WandaVision, Wanda hears the voices of her children, without knowing where they are calling her. Do they call it from The Void?
Source: Hitek : actualité geek et tests high tech by hitek.fr.
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